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I’m sorry, but it took me forever to find the time to write a status update in the first place. Unfortunately, I did not feel like translating it into English as well. So feel free to try your luck with Google Translate.
Over the years I’ve heard time and again that Yu-Gi-Oh! didn’t feature a proper “resource system”. Contrary to popular belief, I think there are quite a couple of things you have to take into account when it comes to making the best move possible in a Duel. In my weekly column, I’m talking about all of the resources that are present in the game: The Tale of the missing Resources.
I’m sorry I can’t provide you with more exciting content these days. I’m quite stressed as we’re looking for a new appartment and at the same time my company is undergoing some major changes. I’m still positive that this will all turn out great, however, don’t get mad at me when I don’t have time to get back to you these days.
Anyway, I still somehow managed to write a weekly column. This time, I’m trying to draw some conclusions between the workings of other trading card games and Yu-Gi-Oh!. It’s quite interesting what you can learn from playing a bit of Magic: The Gathering or the World of Warcraft Trading Card Game, so go and check it out: Lessons learned by playing other TCGs.
Happy New Year everyone!
After explaining how to become a much happier Duelist last week, I’m back with some more insights about a Duelist’s psychology. This week, I’m providing you with a rundown through the 7 Stages of Grief. I’ve experienced them after I realized I’m no longer a competitive Yu-Gi-Oh! player.
In the last article I’ve written this year (at least for eTCG.de), I’m trying to explain you how to become a happy Duelist. I did a rough estimation of the number of articles I’ve written this year and it turned out I must have written something like 216 articles. Alright, so much for self-adulation, now go and check out the article: Unter den Hut geschaut: Road to Happiness.
The past weekend, the Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series stopped in Brighton. Here’s a link to the coverage in case you’re interested.
After everything was said and done and the dust had settled, the whole community started to complain about the seemingly unbeatable Dino Rabbit decks that rocked the tournament. Are they really that broken and is it really a problem that a new deck claims the top spots? I’m trying to answer these questions in Unter den Hut geschaut: Rabbit Season.
Wow, I’ve really made it. Hard to believe that the first article of my weekly column “Unter den Hut geschaut” has been published more than 5 years ago. A lot has happened in the past years, but for most of the time, you could count on one thing: You’ll read an article as part of this column once a week.
To celebrate the anniversary, I’m looking back at my own inception into the game and try to draw a couple of conclusions of what’s always been true for this community, be it 2004 or 2011. It’s quite the ride if you ask me: Unter den Hut geschaut: 200! Inception and Reincarnations.